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January 20, 2013

In the inaugural year, the awards recognize dermatologists and organizations that have made significant contributions to the specialty of dermatology, as well as to the leaders and educational institutions in the field.

Nominations for the awards were submitted by hundreds of dermatology healthcare professionals, including members of the JDD Editorial Board.

As one of sixteen dermatologists receiving an award, Andrew Alexis, MD, MPH, Director of the Skin of Color Center at St. Luke's Roosevelt, was recognized for his dedication to providing expert advice on the health of skin of color patients.

Whitney Bowe, MD, was bestowed with the honor of the Stride Maker Award, which recognizes the rising generation of individuals who will be tomorrow's leaders in dermatologic study and clinical practice.

Among other award recipients was Susan Huang, MD, one of the Chief Residents at Harvard Combined Dermatology Residency Training Program for the Residency Program of Distinction Award, as well as John Zitelli, MD, the recipient of the Leader of Distinction award in the field of Mohs Surgery.

ODAC continues through January 21, 2013. Now heading into its tenth successful year, the ODAC conference provides a balance of medical and aesthetic training, delivering a comprehensive and compelling look at the practice of dermatology. Through interactive workshops, live demonstrations, and presentations from top industry leaders, ODAC uses a state-of-the-art audience response system, unrivaled in similar industry meetings, that adds an element of excitement and interactivity-all while providing Continuing Medical Education (CME) credits to conference delegates.

The ODAC conference is produced by SanovaWorks, a Manhattan based healthcare communications company, with its flagship enterprise in the dermatology space.

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